Patrick Allocco of All Good Entertainment and his son were kidnapped at gunpoint and detained in Angola for 49 days after Nas skipped out on a 2012 New Year's Eve gig in the capital city of Luanda. Allocco's attorney, Bill Meeker filed the multi-million breach of contract suit against the Queens native in December, and, less than four months later, proceedings are at a standstill.
Meeker is having trouble getting hold of Nas' lawyer, Jonathan Davis, after a scheduled April 2 conference with the judge was nixed. Both sides agreed to ask for an adjournment, which was granted, but a new meeting has yet to be scheduled — most likely because Davis wants the entire suit dismissed.
Davis has yet to make a statement on his plans, but the "Daughters" rapper washed himself of the controversy months ago when he returned the money he was paid for the show. He forked over the $300,000 paid to him by an Angolan promoter through Allocco.
According to Allocco, the African promoter wants another $75,000 in lost expenses.
Nas asserts that the show got canned because Allocco didn't do his job, revealing that he was never given a plane ticket or a visa to enter the country.
Instead of making it to Angola, Nas flew to Miami to perform at a LeBron James party.
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